As a referral practice in Wheat Ridge, Colorado, here are some of the services we provide to diagnose and treat ocular problems:
Acute Vision Loss | Cataracts | Corneal Ulcerations | Cryosurgery | Differential Diagnoses of "Red Eye" | Emergency Examinations Equine Examinations | Eyelid Tumors | General Ocular Surgery | Glaucoma | Hereditary Screening/OFA Examinations KCS/Dry Eye Syndrome | Laser Surgery | Microchipping | Ocular Trauma | Pannus | Retinal Diseases | Small Animal Examinations
Please view this video for helpful information about cataracts and cataract surgery:
What Is a Veterinary Ophthalmologist?
A veterinary ophthalmologist has met and completed the following prerequisites:
Graduated from an Accredited College of Veterinary Medicine and is Licensed to Practice Veterinary Medicine | Three Years of Specialized Training following Graduation, including 2-3 years in an approved Ophthalmology Residency Program | Written, Oral, and Practical Examinations by the Board of Examiners of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists | Recognition as a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists